The parks group fighting to keep the Lucas Museum off of Chicago’s lakefront says a last-ditch legal effort by the city is quote “a significant waste of judicial resources.” WBEZ’s Patrick Smith reports.
SWAT team members have surrounded a home in the Fernwood neighborhood.
You can add aspiring poets to the list of Illinois budget victims.
The school sent out a high-alert email to all staff and students last week with safety tips for dealing with the fowl bullies.
City spokesman says city will test tap water in homes where children report high lead levels in blood because of heightened attention, and to confirm that lead-based paint is most likely source of elevated levels in children.
If you’re a man in the Cook County jail and you’re found not guilty, you don’t get to go home right away. Former inmates say the policy put them in danger.
Despite the political controversy, retired judge Abner Mikva - Garland’s former boss - says he believes Garland stands “a reasonable chance” of being confirmed.
Dwright Boone-Doty is being charged with first-degree murder for killing the fourth grader in an alleyway less than a block from Tyshawn’s home.
It can be really hard for people leaving state prison to get identification— and that makes it really hard for them to get jobs.
Christopher Abernathy spent almost three decades in prison for a rape and murder he did not commit. His sentence was vacated last year thanks to DNA evidence, now he’s suing the people who helped put him in prison.